Category Archives: psoriasis

Itchy skin? Rashes? Bumps? These symptoms can be quite confusing. While some might be suspecting it as skin inflammation, you may be suffering from mite infestation. If you are confused between the two most common problems, Scabies and Psoriasis, here is something to help you out. Understanding the causes! Scabies: It is referred to as […]

Did you know? Nearly 8 million Americans have psoriasis compared to 125 million people worldwide. And 10-30% of them also have psoriatic arthritis. Life with autoimmune diseases like psoriasis is not easy due to the debilitating symptoms like flakes, red and raised patches of skin, soreness around patches and itching and burning sensation around affected […]

Scalp psoriasis is a common skin disease causing raised, reddish and scaly patches. It can affect some part or can even affect your entire scalp. Sometimes it can extend to your forehead, the back of your neck, or behind and inside your ears. However, scalp psoriasis is not infectious. Like other types of psoriasis, it […]

(Summary: Here are some catch-22 situations only people with psoriasis are familiar with.) Ironies are everywhere. And some health conditions like Psoriasis are no exception. You are advised to stay away from stress that can worsen your condition. However, only a person with psoriasis knows that how stressful is it to live with psoriasis. Medications […]

Manage your psoriasis successfully by avoiding these things. There are 7.5 million people with psoriasis in the USA. If you are one of those, you know better how this autoimmune condition torments life. Living with red, raised patches of skin with intense itch is not easy. Even worse, the flares can be lasted for months. […]

Here is how psoriasis may lead to some other health conditions. Psoriasis is a chronic, autoimmune inflammatory disease. It is characterized by the scaly raised skin. Although the symptoms of psoriasis can be managed, it can trigger other health conditions. Besides, they can lead a person to depression due to the frequent flare-ups and hassles […]